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Meet You at the garden gate..
A mono of our back garden gate, complete with rusty horse-shoe that was bought from eBay for £4! ... Still waiting for a bit of Luck !
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Album name:Photojunkie / (Babs) Photo Junk!
File Size:236 KB
Date added:May 10, 2015
Dimensions:975 x 1500 pixels
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Date Time:2015:05:10 12:17:21
DateTime Original:2015:05:06 18:27:05
DateTime digitized:2015:05:06 18:27:05
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SteveT  [May 12, 2015 at 09:27 AM]
This works well in B&W lots of tones and texture that would have been missed in colour, just go's to show you don't have to go beyond your garden gate to take interesting photos
George  [May 13, 2015 at 02:24 PM]
Agree with Steve a very nice mono with loads of texture revealed in the woodwork.
Well spotted and taken Barbara.
£4 for an old horseshoe, I think the luck went to the eBay seller
par5score2  [May 15, 2015 at 10:04 AM]
Good luck for you from NOW. Horseshoe activated by us all loving pic and it gaining fame
Mazda_Man  [May 19, 2015 at 09:49 AM]
Simple idea and so close to home. Maybe a coating of that new non-whatever stuff now called "CreoCote" might bring our the grain in the timber even more so than here. Hope the shoe brings you lots of luck.
Photojunkie  [May 20, 2015 at 11:50 PM]
Thanks Everyone! (and thanks for activating my Luck Anne!) ... And - to think I saw one in the £ shop the other day.. not as nice as my rusty one though! Frank - That's a job for Batdad when it gets warmer.. He loves doing it but I have to watch he does not paint the roses and runner beans etc!